Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Paper Camilla - Little Moment

Have you ever had a photograph that you were excited to scrap, but somehow it ends up getting buried in the stack and forgotten about?  That is exactly what happened with this one of my youngest deep in creative thought with her rainbow loom.

I snuck up on her creating in her room last December right after she received the kit as a Christmas gift.  It was only recently as I was cleaning up my photos on my laptop that I rediscovered this sweet photo. I'm so glad I did as all the colours in it were a perfect match for the January kits.

Stickers work so well as dimensional embellishments simply by adding a little 3D adhesive behind them. The sprinkle donut stickers originally had me scratching my head wondering how I would ever use them on a layout.  Tucking them behind a photo makes them looks almost like an entirely new sticker, easy to use on any themed layout, not just those featuring sweet treats.

That cute little Amy Tangerine veneer frame is was hard not just tuck away and hoard for a couple of months, I'll be honest.  And how adorable is that Dear Lizzy leatherette bow? I really like that it comes pre-backed with 3D adhesive.

Using mostly the January Add On kit, and adding in little touches of the January Main kit allowed me to really go to town on the embellishments, the only thing I added from my stash is the gold sequins.

If you'd like a little more inspo using the January kits you can hop over to the DT Kit gallery here to see what everyone has been creating with it.

Hope you've been inspired to create something beautiful today. Pin It


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Love love love this! LOVING the colors, the multi-colored title and the sweet photo!!!!

Leslie Germain said...

Love the angle of your picture and your design!!! WOW!!! Pinning!!!

Unknown said...

aww perfect photo for those rainbow letters!!!! sweet layout!

kate blue said...

I think I pinned this earlier without leaving a comment... I love how you've used these papers and those bows in different ways :)